Matt Eisenhuth commits to Wests Tigers

Matt Eisenhuth commits to Wests Tigers
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Wests Tigers
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Fri 25 May 2018, 06:59 AM

Wests Tigers are pleased to announce that Matt Eisenhuth has signed a new playing contract with the club.

The new agreement will see Eisenhuth remain at Wests Tigers until at least the end of the 2020 NRL season.

The 25 year old has played 22 NRL games for Wests Tigers since making his debut last season. Eisenhuth said he was thrilled to be extending his stay at Wests Tigers.

“I’m really happy to be able to put pen to paper on this deal,” said Eisenhuth.


"I wasn’t looking to go anywhere else, Wests Tigers and Ivan Cleary have been really good to me and I wanted to stick around and repay the faith.

“The direction that this club is going in is really exciting, you can see from the start of the year the culture that we’ve created and the way we’re playing our footy is exciting and I’m loving being a part of that.”


Wests Tigers Head Coach Ivan Cleary said he looked forward to working with Eisenhuth over the coming seasons.

“Since making his debut last year Matt has become a key member of our team,” said Cleary.

“I look forward to continuing to work closely with him as he develops both on and off the field.”

Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe congratulated Eisenhuth on his new playing contract.

“Matt is an impressive young man and it’s great that we’ll have him as a part of our club for at least the coming two seasons,” said Pascoe. “It’s been great to see him grow during his time at the club and we’re all keen to see him continue his development.”

Well done lad! He will be good for back up

Good solid player. Interestingly WT list of contracted players released from 2019 onwards sits at 20.

Needs to expand his game

Good news he will never be a world beater but i would much rather have him playing for us and not against us.Hopefully he has found his place to play the rest of his career and he keeps the form to hold it

Nice, he is the type of player that all good teams need.

Has earned this contract. Not going to win you a game but won’t lose you one neither.

Good news and well done to Matt , hope he keeps getting better as he gets older

Gotta love the fans who bag out blokes who have only had one off season under their belts and played 22 games

Love the Huth , tough and uncompromising

Reckon a few will eat their words in a few years time , won’t be a Lazarus or Webcke but the kid can play

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